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    [Blog] Twitter Tales – A Bunch of Twitter Cases
    Blog About Clients Cases Tribesourcing Video People & Contact Bloggers « Facebook Goes Live with New Video Channel Companies Embrace Social Media » Twitter Tales – A Bunch of Twitter Cases Posted by Anne Herngaard Aug 23rd, 2010 Tweet Do you need inspiration for how to use Twitter? The service itself has launched a new sub-site called Twitter Tales. The Twitter sub-site will present to you a growing set of articles that highlights individuals and businesses from all corners of the world that uses Twitter in creative ways.
    [Blog] Tips to Turn Your Customers into Your Brand’s Advocates
    Flint has a great blog on this and many other subjects that are important to small business owners. Written by Kevin Flanagan. Transforming a satisfied customer into a brand advocate is rewarding. Word of mouth is still one of the best forms of advertising available. Nielsen reports that 77 percent of consumers were more likely to buy a new product or service when hearing about it from friends or family. Offer the Best Customer Service. Your best tool for turning customers into advocates is customer service. Engage with Content. Reward Customer Loyalty. Crowdsource Content. Marketing
    [Blog] adapts its auto-tweet
    twitter blog information overload paper li retweet tweetsTweet. My post yesterday about generated a fair bit of reaction and so it’s interesting to learn today that the service has decided to withdraw its auto-tweet feature: “We hear the complaints, and are looking into ways to satisfy users while reducing the spammy feeling for others. We are thus testing a new type of tweet. It doesn’t just say a daily is out – it shares the top story of the day. We believe such a tweet clearly conveys more interesting info for followers. Does this solution make it any better?
  • ARI HERZOG  |  WEDNESDAY, MAY 19, 2010
    [Blog] Former Facebook User Explains Why He Quit
    It is for this reason that I was intrigued after reading an anti-corporation blog post by Adriel Hampton in which he shared he deleted his Facebook account. I was curious for his reasons. also hope to increase dialogue on my blog, and will be exploring some of the emerging open source alternatives to Facebook. announced, with a real anti-Facebook status update. I’d read that your account actually takes 14 days to delete, and I also left a link to my blog. More changes are apparently coming to the social networking site that approaches 500 million users.
    [Blog] Search Engine Marketing Tool Review: SEM Rush
    As I continued to scroll down, I found a listing of related keywords, which are perfect for SEO purposes when writing a blog post, an article, or setting up a money site. Many internet marketers are familiar with the SEOQuake plugin for Firefox which helps you find out the demographics of various keywords, and domains. This information is VERY useful if you are working to find websites with high page rank where you can put comments in order to develop strong backlinks for your money sites. The plugin also gives you lots of information regarding the sites of your competition as well.
    [Blog] What the Playground Can Teach you about Social Media
    Go beyond writing a press release , a blog or posting company content into social streams. Invite readers to comment on your blog or answer a question in Facebook by making it easy for them. Guest post by Stacey Acevero , social media community manager at Vocus and PRWeb. Integrating social media into your online marketing mix can be a lot like the first day of school. The marketplace, and the playground, is filled to the brim with those both mature and immature, those that are outspoken and shy and each has its very own set of rules. Make Sure to Make Friends. Relationships!
    [Blog] Punk Social Media
    This new anti-establishment movement was led by the Sex Pistols, and many other acts like the Ramones, the Clash, Patti Smith (so many to list, one blog post) and later evolutions through New Wave, and general cultural diffusion. Great, it’s not happening on this blog. On February 2006, the Sex Pistols — the four original members plus Sid Vicious — were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Their response : “Next to the Sex Pistols, rock and roll and that hall of fame is a piss stain.&#. The height of disco was the mid 70s. Why so much discontent? crowd. Think.
    [Blog] From MAGNET: How to Use LinkedIn to Promote Your Innovative Company
    Each month we be feature a blog post from our friends at MAGNET (Manufacturing Advocacy & Growth Network). MAGNET’s mission is to support, educate and champion manufacturing in Ohio with the goal of transforming the region’s economy into a powerful, global player. You can visit MAGNET online at How to Use LinkedIn to Promote Your Innovative Company. If you haven’t adopted LinkedIn as a means for promoting your company, now is definitely the time to do it. On these pages, you can share content just as you would with company page status updates.
    [Blog] Why have we become social sheep?
    While there are still meaningful conversations and thoughts to be had, it is more difficult to see them in streams of information flooded with retweets, blog posts and event and other hashtags merely rehashing the verbatim of the speaker de jour. If you are going to blog about it, give some insight as to how it inspired you and if you Tweet it or share on Facebook, give some context as to why it’s important.  On the other hand, if you disagree with something that you heard at an event, read on a blog or saw Tweeted, make your case. How can it apply to you or your business?
    [Blog] Everything Is Digital
    must have read the quote at the beginning of this blog post ten times in the past few days (probably more). Digital is everything. Are you listening? read the following quote from a recently published Forrester report titled, The Future Of Business Is Digital : "Business leaders don''t think of digital as central to their business because in the past, it hasn''t been. But now your customers, your products, your business operations, and your competitors are fundamentally digital. piecemeal strategy of bolting on digital channels or methods is no longer sufficient. business leaders.
    [Blog] Get More Social in Promoting Your Company Website
    Your blog content, press releases, white papers and more should all be of value to the industry you represent (and especially consumers in need of such products or services). Whether you are promoting blog content, press releases highlighting your company and industry , upcoming webinars and conferences, make sure you’re focused on getting your message out there to the right audience/s at the right time. Making sure your company’s website stands apart from competitors should always be high up on your list of priorities. Design a Winning Site Today. Are You Social Enough?
    [Blog] Paid Bloggers Still Get Google Downgrades
    love the convenience of logging in to my blog and finding links bout us – so I can go and thank them ! Web users have become increasingly more savvy to advertising, and banner ads rarely compensate for the costs much less the value on certain blogs. at the Rotary Club of Honolulu Sunset May 28-30: Social Media Skills for Musicians: Twitter, Facebook, Blogging, & Podcasting at the N? H?k? You can follow and connect with Shane on Twitter , LinkedIn , Flickr , The Reef , Viddler , Facebook , Upcoming , and at his neglected blog. Hawai?i Our dog Lexi does!
    [Blog] Game Thinking is a Bigger Idea Than Game Mechanics
    Gauravonomics Blog For Marketers, Entrepreneurs and Activists How To Organize and Energize Your Evangelists Blog Speaking Writing Bio Media Subscribe Slideshare Twitter LinkedIn Facebook IdeaSliver Labs Tumblr « From Design Thinking to Game Thinking Why Social CRM is a Non Starter in India » Why Game Thinking is a Bigger Idea Than Game Mechanics Welcome to the Gauravonomics Blog for Marketers, Entrepreneurs and Activists ! Follow the blog on RSS , Twitter or Facebook and youll never miss a post again! Subscribe to my blog to never miss a post again. 2.
    [Blog] 7 Out-of-the-Box Ideas to Write Effective Marketing Copy
    Today’s post blends together seven out-of-the-box ideas for effective marketing writing into a comprehensive guide that can drastically improve the value of your blog. If you want to make your blog writing memorable, follow these tips to make it shine. Originally at: Blog Tips at ProBlogger. 7 Out-of-the-Box Ideas to Write Effective Marketing Copy. This post is from Leslie Anglesey, writing coach and a contributor to  Essay Tigers. Idea #1: Actually Get to Know the Audience. The devil’s in the details ladies and gentlemen. Use them. Where are we headed? That’s a fact.
    [Blog] Chrome Flatforms
    It’s been a month full of dealing with solicitors and sorting out stuff for moving…so if I’m honest I haven’t been in the mood to blog at all. love blogging, but when I’m not feeling it, I’m not going to force it. I do want to tell you all about my fave trainers at the moment… these chrome flatforms! Hello my lovelies. I’ve been a bit quiet lately haven’t I? actually didn’t realise when I bought them, but these trainers are basically a similar/dupe for the ACNE Adriana Chrome Trainers … at a fraction of the price.
    [Blog] How We Got a Link from The Huffington Post
    By David Shankbone (Own work) [CC-BY-3.0 ([link] via Wikimedia Commons There are plenty of blogs that get links from HuffPo on a daily basis, but this was a first for us. Because no one had commented on the SEO/content marketing side of it, and because the post was only six hours old, I decided to whip up my fastest blog post to date. The next day, a pair of pingbacks arrived from two blogs I’ve never seen before. Try writing blog posts, or even just social media posts, about the kind of things that only you would notice. This is how we got it. Big Whoop.
    [Blog] Do this one thing to improve your Facebook marketing
    Key industry folk, news channels or blogs. If you know me at all you’ll know I’m a fan of systems and keeping things organised. know… It sounds DULL but do you know what’s even MORE dull than systems and keeping organised? Having to do the same things over and over or trawling through stuff to find that thing you’re looking for. GROAN. That’s why I like to keep things organised! In my quest to find the best social media tips (so that I can pass them on to you) , I’ve been experimenting with Interest Lists on Facebook. And BOY, do I love them.
    [Blog] Mobile Breaks Search. And Your Brand
    business blog. digital marketing blog. marketing blog. mirum agency blog. mirum blog. Mobile could well be the last true computing platform. Not smartphones, but mobile. The ability to be connected (with high speed and consistency) anywhere and everywhere. This is nothing new. This is not an original thought. It was an original sentiment, when I started writing about it, well over fifteen years ago. Back then, the mobile carriers were not concerned with data. There was no real mobile Web. Now, it's not so funny. Now, it's just a matter of time. . Everything.
    [Blog] Top Posts of 2011
    BloggingI don't really do predictions—at least, not publicly. I do, however, find it interesting to look back and see which posts have drawn the most attention in the past year. As in previous years' lists ( 2010 , 2009 ), some of the most-read posts are old ones—going all the way back to 2006 (!). Remember these? New Dashboards Blend Analytics Sources - September 2010 (#9 in 2010). Monitoring Social Media Before You Have a Budget - May 2008 (#1 in 2009 & 2010). What Does Salesforce-Radian6 Deal Mean for Everyone Else? March 2011. Happy New Year.
    [Blog] Replacing Delicious as a Publishing Tool
    Blogging ToolsYahoo is killing off Delicious , the social bookmarking service that I've used since 2005. This is inconvenient. don't need to spend my time rebuilding stuff that already works. First priority is saving all the bookmarks. Frank Gruber posted a list of backup options to cover the basics. At least I don't have to worry about losing the bookmarks entirely. The challenge here is to replace what Delicious does in my publishing workflow. Just saving links doesn't meet the requirement. don't have the answer for that, yet. So far, I'm collecting names of services that might work.
    [Blog] How to Earn Revenue With Your Customer Support
    The online version of this is effective and consistent content marketing, where selling becomes as subtle as adding a “Buy” button to blog posts describing your products’ benefits. Image via When a company looks at cutting costs, one of the first things to get affected is the customer care team. Since most customer care teams are outsourced, the pain of letting people go doesn’t feel real and is easier to bear. Also, there’s always the lure of the cheaper call center around the corner that will make your account books look healthy again. Probably not.
    [Blog] Are The Yellow Pages Outdated?
    About Us What’s a Maverick? Is AOL Moving Forward, Or Back? » Are The Yellow Pages Outdated? The Yellow Pages now have an opt-out website. Really. And that’s a good thing, right? Not if you listen to Frank Reed. guess there’s good reason to be skeptical, but I have a different take on the subject than Frank does. agree with his five talking points, of course, but I’m not so sure about his cynical conclusion. when they know full well that most people won’t even know the option exists. Welcome to online America, home of the shallow. Then what? Period. Really.
    [Blog] Content Farms: Did Google Go Far Enough?
    About Us What’s a Maverick? What’s A QR Code And Is It Contagious? » Content Farms: Did Google Go Far Enough? Thursday, Google introduced a new algorithm to reduce the rankings of content farms in its search results. The interesting thing here is that the algorithm was introduced just days after a Google Chrome extension allowing users to block content farms from their search results. Pardon the digression. Indeed, did Google go far enough? decided to run a little test of my own. innocuously searched for “how to write a poem.&# The top two results were from WikiHow. The No.
    [Blog] How To Increase Your Twitter Followers | Small Business Mavericks
    About Us What’s a Maverick? » How To Increase Your Twitter Followers So you’ve set yourself up a Twitter account and you’re raring to go. Good for you! But how do you increase your followers? First, keep in mind that you are not a celebrity. If Ashton Kutcher or Oprah Winfrey is your name, then you might need 1 million followers to keep the world notified of your whereabouts and goings on. The object of Twitter is to help you connect with people you’d like to do business with so, with that in mind, let’s talk about how to grow your Twitter followers.
    [Blog] The ONLY Way To Manage Your Twitter Account
    About Us What’s a Maverick? Can Amazon Teach Reputation Management? » The ONLY Way To Manage Your Twitter Account Leave it to Marketing Pilgrim to think outside of the Twox (Twitter box). In this case, I think they’ve got the right idea. The right idea is to manage your Twitter account YOUR WAY. I’m with Jennita when she says: These days it seems like every time we turn around someone is telling us how to manage our Twitter account(s). To be honest, I’ve done it too. I’ve suggested that you retweet the tweets that you like and that you engage with your followers.
    [Blog] Your Customers CAN Handle the Truth
    Jess runs Don’t Panic Management , fantastic virtual assistant company, does tons of work for us at Convince & Convert , including the production of these Jay Today videos, does our Social Pros Podcast , and the award winning Convince & Convert blog (this one that you are reading!). You can’t handle the truth! That’s what a lot of brands think when they have to share news with their customers. But guess what brands? You look stupid, and your customers trust you less, not more. I had an amazing experience last night checking in at the Four Seasons Boston.
    [Blog] The Simplest Way to Write a Unique First Draft
    Do you have 45 minutes to work on your blog? If so, I can show you how to write the first draft of your next blog post. This blog post originated from five unrelated words on five separate lines, double-spaced, in a Microsoft Word document. Once you answer this question, write every sentence of your blog post for that person. Your headline doesn’t just grab a reader’s attention; it helps you summarize your blog post. 3. Share details that support your blog post’s headline. Originally at: Blog Tips at ProBlogger. First drafts are messy.
    [Blog] Activation, Comfort, and Other Secrets of Online Community Management
    It’s the stuff I’ve always wanted to write, and it’s the stuff I talk about when I speak at conferences and I blog about. Deb: It’s hard, because we don’t want to spam people, and we don’t want to say, “Will you please comment on my blog, dammit?” For example, the first Monday of every month is brag your blog day on the BlogWorld Facebook page , because I don’t want to forget. have scheduled blog feeds on Twitter, but I don’t schedule tweets, because you can’t have a conversation. Deb Ng. How are you?
  • TWIST IMAGE  |  FRIDAY, JULY 11, 2014
    [Blog] Digital Advertising Just Got Worse (If You Can Believe It)
    Books, articles and blog posts have been written about how the dream of what could have been with interactive advertising never truly came to fruition. It was the best of times. It was the worst of times. The year was 1994. There were only about thirty million people on the Internet then. Most of those people were accessing it via Internet Service Providers like CompuServe and Prodigy. The message on that first banner ad was: "Have you ever clicked your mouse right here?" What got me so excited about digital advertising? To take action. So, how did things go so wrong? Right?
    [Blog] Weekly Roundup: Trick or Treat
    Comment as Show More Post Categories Select Category Blogging for Grasshoppers Business Career Networking Communication Blogging Measurement MeasurePR Public Relations Social Media Twitter Writing Events Guest Posts Amrit Pal Bryce Keane Conway Wigg Erica Holt Herwin Icasiano Howie Goldfarb Mike Doman Narciso Tovar Shanan Sorochynski Steff Metal Interviews Marketing Media Personal Cooking Recipe of the Week Philanthropy PRSA 2009 Resources How To Weekly Roundup Speaking Training Women Grow Business Featured Guest Bloggers Extra, Extra! Oh, one other thing: my blog = my sandbox.
    [Blog] Social media case study: the Stanley Cup hockey riots
    Ever since then, a number of blogs and Facebook groups have been very active, with lots of angry citizens posting pictures and tagging the rioters that they recognise. Image courtesy of pixdaus. When the Boston Bruins beat the Vancouver Canucks and became winners of the Stanley Cup earlier this month no-one expected social media to help resolve the violent riots that broke out on the Canadian streets. As one journalist aptly described it: “Watching the post-Stanley Cup apocalypse was like staring at a car wreck. It was hard not to look. What do you think?
    [Blog] Influencers report 2010: How to find online influencers
    Over the next few weeks we’ll be blogging about some of the key insights from the report  including: What is an influencer? The full version of the report will then be released via our blog following on from an exclusive launch at our breakfast seminar on Thursday 2nd December. As a follow on to the success of our social media monitoring tools review earlier this year,  we’ve been carrying out detailed tests on nine of the leading social media monitoring tools in order to assess how effective they are at identifying influencers. How to identify influencers.
    [Blog] Shades of Screwups: Not All Mistakes Are Created Equal
    Someone’s really toxic attitude, a deliberately inflammatory blog post, a company’s complete disregard for their customers. There are many ways to mess something up. And though we do love to say that there is no “right” way – which may indeed be true sometimes – there are most definitely wrong ways to do things. The truth, however, is that there are degrees of transgression, too. There are shades of “wrong” Not everything is the illustrious #epicfail. We’re quick to call out disaster when we see it…but is it really? That happens.
    [Blog] Tips on How to Get the Most out of Social Media Marketing
    The Blogs are overflowing with “how to” lessons on “taming the beast,” we call Social Media Marketing. You You don’t have to look very hard to find blog posts that promise great results from a one-hour daily commitment in Social Media. Is We focus most of our attention on these two sites, in addition to the regular blogging we do. If This is a guest post from Marc Levine, social media director for RiaEnjolie , a website developer for small business owners. Marc shares some best practices he uses to get the most out of social media. Is this not possible? I
    [Blog] How to Increase Your Tweet Appeal
    Include links to articles or blog posts to give depth to your tweet, and invite comments to keep the conversation going. HOW TO INCREASE YOUR TWEET APPEAL. Evan Bailyn ’s Top Five Tips to Increase Twitter Followers Instantly. Internet Entrepreneur and bestselling author Evan Bailyn keeps celebrities   Tweet tastic , making literally hundreds of thousands of people follow his celebrity clients – from soap opera queens to rock stars – with very simple tricks he uses every day. Your tweet is like a headline that grabs the reader’s attention and incites them to action.
    [Blog] Facebook: The Lowdown on Advertising, and What We’ve Found Works Really Well
    Often when I float the idea of advertising amongst my blogging colleagues (including Darren) I get looks of skepticism, dismissal, and that blank empty stare of disinterest. But what makes a blog truly valuable is the audience and community you build around it. Advertising has been around for a lot longer than blogging. There are so many options when it comes to advertising your blog. Or it could be a user who visits your blog, or even a specific page in your blog. It’s a big part of the value your blog holds. Right? Learn. Actions (what).
    [Blog] Tips on How Manufacturing Can Utilize Social Media
    Videos, links, blogs, podcasts and photo sharing – firms can use each of these components to share more information about their company with their customers. Manufacturers should get on the bandwagon and start using social media. You can be afraid of it and then you’re missing lots of opportunities to tell your story and generate interest in your company and what you do. This guest post was provided by Dean Vella who writes about social media training and Internet marketing  for University Alliance, a division of Bisk Education Inc. and talks about ways you can get started. Enjoy.
    [Blog] Times are Changing, Teams are Changing
    This thought comes from Scott Gould 's thinking blog for thinking people. I was at Exeter University on Wednesday listening to Professor John Bessant describe the difference between how innovation used to be, and how it is now. In the TV-industrial complex days, teams worked behind closed doors in order to hide their innovations. The rule was that a company had to have the smartest people working for it. Today, it’s the other around. We have what I discovered is called open innovation. It means that a company no longer thinks they have the smartest people working for them.
    [Blog] A Request From Me, To You
    This thought comes from Scott Gould 's thinking blog for thinking people. YiGwPwo5PtU. If you can’t see the above video, click here , or watch it directly on YouTube. I’m taking a much needed break over the next 3 weeks. My eyes have been very sore and are stressed to the point that I need to wear glasses for a while to ‘reset them’, according to the doctor. So it is with joy that I now take a much needed break, but at the same time I know I will miss engaging with you all as much as I usually do. Request From Me, To You.
    [Blog] When Entrepreneurship Isn’t The Right Fit
    It seems you can’t swing a cat video without hitting yet another blog focused on entrepreneurship or small business, or another startup conference, or another post on Medium about how working for yourself is  the ultimate freedom. Entrepreneurship these days is all the rage. There’s no question that entrepreneurship contributes a great deal to the US (and arguably global) economy, and although numbers have dipped slightly as the job market recovers, entrepreneurship is still a strong trend that I don’t see dying off anytime soon. But what about when it’s not?
    [Blog] Getting in Shape and Achieving Success in Social Media
    Whether it’s writing new blog posts, doing research, engaging in social channels or any number of other tasks, they are consistent. You’ve decided that this year will be your year to get into shape. You’re going to hit the gym a few days per week and start eating healthier. You stop by the gym and sign up for a new membership plan with the towel service and free personal training consultation. After getting a new membership card to add to your keyring, you leave stop by your local sporting goods store to pick out your new workout clothes. lowered blood pressure).
    [Blog] It's Official: Bloggers Are Recognized by the FTC
    link] #socialmeda #howto This comment was originally posted on Twitter roxannedarling October 6, 2009 at 7:37 am Bare Feet Blog It’s Official: Bloggers Are Recognized by the FTC: As I have been discussing here. at the Rotary Club of Honolulu Sunset May 28-30: Social Media Skills for Musicians: Twitter, Facebook, Blogging, & Podcasting at the N? H?k? You can follow and connect with Shane on Twitter , LinkedIn , Flickr , The Reef , Viddler , Facebook , Upcoming , and at his neglected blog. They have published new rules covering paid reviews and celebrity endorsements. Hawai?i
    [Blog] Web Journal – November 12th – 20th, 2011
    found another infographic on Workplace Stress on Dr. Ward’s blog, worth [.]. Infographics: There’s a cool infographic on Social Media Monitoring tools I found today while using Zite that shows 2/3 of users would switch platforms if they found something better (but we don’t know the sample size and the infographic is skewed towards twitter). web journal
    [Blog] Why Every Writer Needs an Online Community
    The vast majority of writers are people with day jobs who write and blog for fun. Rather than sequester themselves away in order to write the next Great American Novel—or blog!—these Bloggers want people to love our blogs. Likewise, most blogging inspiration comes from real-life experiences; we have to talk to people, not sit alone in a room. Online writing communities, like Writers’ Café , Writers’ Beat , or my company’s Foboko , enable bloggers to get help throughout the process of creating an ebook, a short story, a report, or any other blog post.
    [Blog] Finding hidden treasure in the data you might be ignoring
    Pay attention to those new friends for two weeks by retweeting the retweetable and sharing some of their blog posts. As marketers, we EXPECT to find valuable insight in the data we pay attention to. We constantly scan for the infamous “signal&# and vigorously reject the “noise.&# Social monitoring expert Nathan Galliatt says there’s buried treasure in the noise. Social media, and especially Twitter, is often belittled because of the high noise ratio. It’s quite easy to use HootSuite, TweetDeck, or Seesmic as prospecting tools to find the treasure.
    [Blog] Social Learning Resources
    I unfortunately missed my favorite Twitter chat last week, #swchat (Social Workplace Chat) but I always read the accompanying summary blog post and check out the resources. Lo and behold, this one was on my favorite topic (apart from Humanizing), social learning. So I wanted to quickly list just a few of the resources that were mentioned: 10 things to remember about social learning (and the use of social media for learning). Social Learning & The LMS – Are You In or Out? Social Learning Handbook. 10 New Ways Twitter Is Changing The College Lecture. Contact us for help and advice.
    [Blog] How Having a Strong Email List Can Land You Great Sponsorships
    How exactly do sponsors determine a price for ads on a blog? Blog stas. Insights from the blog is a great way to measure traffic and to see how many people are viewing your blog. Your blog could be flooded at the time and things look really good. So yeah, I definitely wouldn’t depend on the stats of a blog alone. If you have all three: Social Media , Email List , and Blog Stats. The size of your list is also the best way to catch eyes when applying for sponsors for your blog. Include opt-in boxes on every page and post of your blog.
    [Blog] CRM or Social CRM, What's the Difference?
    Social Media Globetrotter Home Consulting Speaking Travel Blog About SOCIAL MEDIA GLOBETROTTER CRM or Social CRM, What’s the Difference? The reason for this is that sales and support issues are now PR issues if they are made public (such as with a blog post or with a tweet).  In the presentation I just referenced you will also see that a quote I took from a recent PR study done at USC which shows that organizations are placing a considerable amount of authority and budgetary control of social media in the hands of their PR departments (more than any other department). 
    [Blog] What the heck is lifecycle marketing?
    You can keep up-to-date with Zoober’s latest advice and resources by following the blog. Well frankly it has nothing to do with a Darwinian theory of evolution or bicycles, and it’s not a new type of everlasting gobstopper. Phew, now I’ve broken the silence I’ll begin. So, what the hell is it? Simply put, it’s just a better way to market your business. Lifecycle Marketing is taking over the digital hemisphere, in fact, it is far more worthwhile and rewarding than just content marketing, you probably just don’t know it yet. It goes further than the traditional marketing funnel of love.
    [Blog] The Internet Needs A Morning After Pill
    Here''s the best filter and privacy setting ever (and it will work for everyone): before publishing anything (from a tweet or Facebook comment to a blog post or video on YouTube), ask yourself one, simple question: "If my children were to see this, long after I have passed on, would they be proud?" Buyer''s remorse. Opps, I did it again. Everything has a publish button. Every publish button is quick and easy to use. Every publish button puts it out there - in text, images, audio and video - for the world to see. In real-time. The Internet needs a morning after pill. Be smart.
    [Blog] Protesting SOPA: The Reality of an Internet Blackout
    How would the passing of either of these bills affect you? “If these bills were adopted, it would mean that no one could post another link on Twitter, Facebook, a blog, a website – anywhere online – without first checking to make sure that nothing on that site contained copyright infringement,” said Social Media Strategist Caroline Melberg. “It would change everything about how the Internet, social media and SEO work.”. Have you visited Wikipedia , Google , Craigslist , or one of the many other major websites today that are blacked-out? Wikipedia's protest against SOPA and PIPA.
    [Blog] How to Hit Content Scrapers Where it Hurts
    If you’ve been blogging for any period of time, you’ve inevitably had your content stolen.  In fact, you’ve probably already taken steps to protect your content from being copied. And Robert blogs at The College Investor , a personal finance blog dedicated to college students and young adults, and My Multiple Incomes , where he discusses his goals and methods to develop multiple income streams. Originally at: Blog Tips at ProBlogger. This is a guest post by Robert from The College Investor. And it only takes a matter of minutes! Hit them where they make money.
    [Blog] The Art of Letting Go
    The Engaging Brand Home Podcast Online Social Media Training Speaking Contact & Bio Subscribe/RSS « The Web of Intrigue | Main | Brand New Findings » The Art of Letting Go Nana seems to be inspiring blog posts this week.maybe because as you sit here waiting for the inevitable, you think about life. Blog powered by TypePad Member since 04/2006 Search Connect with me on Social Media Training Hire me Subscribe in a reader Recent Posts Show 303 - The New Social Learning Concept How Not to Become Boring. Kathy Garolsky on Social media can be your brand trigger!
    [Blog] How to tell if a company is social or so-shall
    Blog powered by TypePad Member since 04/2006 Search Connect with me on Social Media Training Hire me Subscribe in a reader Recent Posts Show 303 - The New Social Learning Concept How Not to Become Boring. The Engaging Brand Home Podcast Online Social Media Training Speaking Contact & Bio Subscribe/RSS « Why you should be lazy! Alpha male on Show 297 - Dave Ulrich on Why of Work Alpha male on Step into my world and make my day. Kathy Garolsky on Social media can be your brand trigger! Tips When You Find Thinking Hard! Step into my world and make my day. Engaging Brand Podcast
    [Blog] Crash
    If you enjoyed this, follow my tweets at @ariherzog and sign up to receive blog posts by email. There are many memories associated with 9/11. Mine are about the cardboard box. found this video in 2011 and shared it. Twice. And, again. The Adventures of a Cardboard Box from Studiocanoe on Vimeo. Related Stories Be a Strawberry with Balsamic Vinaigrette Put the Social Back in Social Media 25 Things I Did Before I Turned 25. Musings
    [Blog] Social Media Monitoring needs Motifs and Relationships
    Been meaning to post all week though I am so busy tying up my initial manuscript for Social Media Analytics there is little left for me to write blog posts with (all of my angst and insights are going into the chapters of the book, and that would be OK but I had an insight building up over the last 6 days I need to share; and  after all, I am an artist,  self expression is a key part of what makes me want to write, draw and paint ). Here goes. started thinking about that on the way up to Providence, RI, where I’m editing and finishing up my manuscript this week.
  • DANNY BROWN  |  FRIDAY, JUNE 18, 2010
    [Blog] Size Really Doesn't Matter - Danny Brown
    Home About Me Charities 12for12k Kiva Work With Me About This Blog Disclosure Comment Policy Headway Archives Contact Me Great Blogs Size Really Doesn’t Matter June 18, 2010 35 voices share yours! You might also like: Why I Love Bloggers with Balls It’s Still Your Blog – Isn’t It? subscribe to danny subscribe by rss or network search this blog Lijit Search This Blog is Powered By Reader favourites Audi and the Super Bowl Social Media Shit Storm An Invite to Pimp Your Blog Are You Abusing Your Social Media Voice? The same goes for business.
  • GET SOCIAL PR  |  SUNDAY, MARCH 16, 2014
    [Blog] Hacking Media Relations Won’t Work, Here’s Why
    There’s even a blog dedicated to such ingenious ways to live life smarter, better, and beat The System at its own game — it’s LifeHacker. Tweet My conversation started last week with a CEO of an LA-based vitamin company that makes a supplement to enhance cognition. He said, “I want to hack the media relations process because agencies have never been able to deliver the coverage I expect, and I’ve worked the with Edelman’s of the world.” Media relations is like an iceberg. The Purpose of Media Relations. That’s how I want to hack the system.”
    [Blog] Do Our Bathroom Breaks Dictate What We Read?
    Related Stories Five Qualities Your Next Content Strategist Should Have Six Tips for a Blog Redesign Geography Pitfalls to Avoid in Writing. By  Byron Gould. I was recently at a social gathering when someone asked, “Do many girls play video games?”. boldly stated that, of course, women did, and that—whether they realized it or not—most people with smartphones were playing video games of some kind. One woman rebutted that, despite having a smartphone, she did not have any games on it. But what do you do while you poop!? shouted incredulously into a confused crowd of nearby party-goers.
    [Blog] Triumph by trashing the tyranny of either/or
    See "Print is Dead" link to the blog post review of the debate hosted by St. If you stopped and thought about it a minute, I bet you could write a stellar blog post entitled, “10 Things a Real Book Can Do a Digital Book Can’t Do.&# I bet you could make a ton of money if you combined the two to create both a printed book and a digital book. One reliable way to stimulate conversation is to present a common problem and then offer an either/or option to resolve it. quantity OR quality. safety OR liberty (a la TSA , for instance). digital OR physical.
    [Blog] Stay a Step Ahead on Social Media: Tips from SMX Social in Las Vegas
    You read one of those blog posts that says mid-afternoon is the ideal time to post on Facebook. Originally at: Blog Tips at ProBlogger. This is a guest contribution from Paul Zubrinich of  Little Web Giants. Late last year, I returned from the biggest social media marketing conference in the world, SMX Social in Las Vegas. There were experts from all fields of social media and a wealth of new ideas floating about. Here are some of the takeaways. ROI is more than conversions. Facebook News Feed is like email with a 100% open rate” – Beth Horn, Facebook. Think about this scenario.
    [Blog] Gin and Topics: Get a Job!
    It’s on Shelly Kramer’s blog and the commentary she puts with it is just as priceless. 4. Mostly because I want you to read it before I blog about it next week. It’s Friday! On Wednesday Bill Prettyman emailed me about something we normally do on Thursdays and, when I told him it was only Wednesday, I think I took a few seconds of his life. It’s Friday now! We’re getting ready to launch beta 1.0 of Project Jack Bauer next week and soon you will know what the heck it is, what name we’ve chosen, and how you can get involved. Oh yes.
  • GEMMA WENT  |  FRIDAY, JULY 16, 2010
    [Blog] The Strategy Series
    Subscribe to new posts by email Subscribe to The Cube by Email Sign up to receive our latest ebook: How to develop a Social Media Strategy Were currently publishing a ten stage How to develop a Social Media Strategy on this blog. youd like to receive a copy of this hot off the press (well hot off the internet), sign up here to receive a shiny new copy once its done Connect elsewhere *Website Delicious Facebook Flavors (everything in one place) Flickr Foursquare LinkedIn Slideshare Twitter You Tube Search ANY CHARACTER HERE Twitter followers Share or bookmark this blog/page Stumble It!
    [Blog] It's A Small (And Strange) World After All, Brands
    Formed in May 2006 on a blog, this website is now full of passionate IKEA customers who build their own, unique, projects by modifying and repurposing IKEA products. How much control does a company really have over their brand? Never has this question in business been asked more than in the past decade. It''s one of the fundamental reasons why I''m such a massive advocate for marketing to become a horizontal function within the organization instead of it''s current role as a vertical. What is the face of the brand? What does a crossbreed brand look like? " What would you do? apple.
    [Blog] 9 Surprising New Facts About Social Media in America
    My friend and the architect of the study, Tom Webster , was kind enough to give me a preview of the report (I also very much recommend Tom’s blog BrandSavant ), and here are my personal highlights – the pages that made me say “hmmmm&#. Social media is growing up fast. No longer a niche plaything of the digerati, social media is firmly entrenched as a societal game changer of historical importance. For many, social media and social networking are so ubiquitous and pervasive that we presume we have it figured out, that we have a finger firmly on the pulse.
    [Blog] How the Office Became Siberia
    Blog hallway interns NowSourcing office office madness SiberiaCredit. The cold, windowless room at the end of the hallways is affectionately referred to as Siberia. Most of us sit by the front, but some days it can get really crowded and some people banish themselves to Siberia. The experience starts out promising enough. Ample room, less people and noise, and comfy couches galore. As the day goes by however, Office Madness sets in. With the lack of windows and droning monotony of the climate control, no one is safe from insanity. You are utterly alone and no one is coming to see you.
    [Blog] Cradlepoint Router: The Clutch Hitter of Office Broadband
    Blog cradlepoint verizonEarlier this year, we were in a bit of a predicament: we had one broadband provider that wasn’t giving us the bandwidth we needed as a heavy design oriented company (pushing art files up and down the line is a huge Internet hog), so we looked at T1 alternatives. While a T1 might be great for office users that do light Internet tasks and you feel good about the dedicated connection, it wasn’t working for us from a bandwidth perspective. So, we reached out to our friends at Verizon to see what we could do. And they came through in the clutch. link].
    [Blog] This Week in Infographics
    Blog InfographicsThis has been one of the busiest weeks we’ve had in a while, not to mention it was short. Here it is Wednesday, and we’re calling it a week. You guys, what’s going on? Oh yeah, Thanksgiving. Is that this week? That must be why we’re all in a thankful mood. Either that, or we’re just happy to put out these Infographics at last. First up we have the definitive process to perfect app exposure. Just because you’ve created the best app known to man doesn’t mean that anyone will care about it. Maximum Exposure For Your App. 2.
    [Blog] This Week in Infographics: Fakes, Family and Business
    Blog FeaturedThis week’s theme is kind of all over the place. We have a little bit of business and social media mixed in with mailing your family. Yes, mailing your family, I’ll explain in a little bit. First up, we’ll take a look at the appearance of social media. Have you ever looked at a celebrity’s Twitter account and wondered how they have so many followers? Well, wonder no more, because most of them are fake. Celebrities and even us normal folk buy followers. Silly you. Next we take a look at what it takes to mail your family. Source: Best BSN Programs.
    [Blog] Don't Make Me Lie
    often talk about my business travel here on the blog (over 150,000 air miles every year). The only thing I hate more than people who lie is when I'm being forced to lie to others. Don't make me lie. This was my conversation with a recent border crossing guard at the airport: Guard: What is the purpose of your travel? Me: Business. Guard: What kind of business? already visibly frustrated). Me: I have a business meeting. Guard: With whom? rolling his eyes and puffing). Me: [insert name of business and and person I am meeting] to discuss a potential partnership. Guard: Why? Me: Marketing.
  • FEVER BEE  |  WEDNESDAY, JULY 20, 2011
    [Blog] Common Branded Community Mistakes (Example)
     Here is a snippet from the UK Marketing Network press release : "For the first time marketers will be able to: - Network with fellow UK marketing and advertising professionals - Access and contribute to user-generated content aimed at producing fresh blog content - Attend industry-related events, promoted by participants - Form groups relevant to their regional and commercial backgrounds" Aside from some shoddy copy (lead with the benefits, not the features), the community is struggling. The community has made the same mistakes most brands make. Bad design.
    [Blog] Reasons to know “Why Social Media is failing your business”
    Blogging Quantity and Quality: One of the major strategies of social media marketing is to post content on a regular basis. Also try to use visuals like pictures, videos to make the presentation and blogs more interesting. Using video blogs for developing contents will ensure better results. #5. Failing at social media is not uncommon for any business. Moreover, the fault might be due to a number of reasons. Here are some of the reasons that it might be failing your business and may need some urgent attention and action. #1. She loves writing travelling and reading books.
    [Blog] 10 Questions to Develop Your Brand - The Engaging Brand
    Would you follow your blog? Would you follow your blog? Blog powered by TypePad Member since 04/2006 Search Connect with me on Social Media Training Hire me Subscribe in a reader Recent Posts Show 303 - The New Social Learning Concept How Not to Become Boring. The Engaging Brand Home Podcast Online Social Media Training Speaking Contact & Bio Subscribe/RSS « Show 280 - The Challenges of B2B Marketing | Main | What is your brand personality? Can you explain in less than 15 seconds what value your brand provides the world? Would you follow your tweets?
    [Blog] Wow, what a story!
    What’s the catch?  In my last blog I talked about a friend of mine who in  2009 asked me if I was on Facebook and I said “no, I’m not 16yrs old”.  would argue that almost everyone has a compelling story to tell.  If the volume of books, articles and blogs are any indication of how many of us have a story to tell, then it makes complete sense to me why social media has exploded in recent years and will continue to evolve, expand and get even more popular.  Isn’t social media cool?  summer. started dabbling in social media since that time and I have uncovered a new found passion.
    [Blog] Meta! Here’s how Storify looks telling the story of Storify
    Will be interesting to see how the existing blog platforms evolve to compete with these interesting new palette-like services. Last I checked, I could still decide whose blog I was looking at. The NYT’s depressing list of most looked-up words Why Apple banned a Pulitzer winner from the iPhone From Twitter Huffington Post gets jump on election night with live blog and comment stream [link] 15 hrs ago How effective is a user engagement equation that doesn't take in a newspaper's bottom line? ABOUT ARCHIVES CONTACT SUBSCRIBE TWITTER Meta! How does it work?
    [Blog] Colors Of My Life
    Post Categories Select Category Blogging for Grasshoppers Business Career Networking Communication Blogging Measurement MeasurePR Public Relations Social Media Twitter Writing Events Guest Posts Amrit Pal Bryce Keane Conway Wigg Erica Holt Herwin Icasiano Howie Goldfarb Mike Doman Narciso Tovar Shanan Sorochynski Steff Metal Interviews Marketing Media Personal Cooking Recipe of the Week Philanthropy PRSA 2009 Resources How To Weekly Roundup Speaking Training Women Grow Business Featured Guest Bloggers Extra, Extra! Oh, one other thing: my blog = my sandbox. Friggin.
    [Blog] Introducing Status Quake Tuesdays, On A Wednesday
    Home It’s Josip Archives Let’s Talk The Word on the Web Introducing Status Quake Tuesdays, On A Wednesday Written on April 14, 2010 by Josip Petrusa 3 Comments Tweet Share Save The way we act from the moment we wake up to the time we go to bed is really interesting. A lot of us never think over our day and see what we actually accomplished, unless it involved complaining to someone about it. Think about what you did today. It’s very routine, very regimented. Think about what you’re going to do tomorrow and the rest of the week. It probably seems the same. The good old status quo.
    [Blog] YouTube Launches Charts of Top Videos
    Blog About Clients Cases Tribesourcing Video People & Contact Bloggers « Companies Embrace Social Media The Social Media Policy – not just for the big players » YouTube Launches Charts of Top Videos Posted by Marlene Friis Aug 24th, 2010 Tweet Recently, YouTube has announced that it will be featuring its top web videos in a new section on their site called YouTube Charts. You can leave a comment or give feedback to the Charts at the YouTube blog. On each list, you can see the Top 100 videos. Where do I go? What do you think of the YouTube Charts? And
    [Blog] Not All Startups Go To Heaven. Read Why They Die.
    If you don't have the time to read them all today, bookmark his blog and come back to make sure you do. The comment that "9 out of 10 startups fail" is Silicon Valley legend. Everybody says it, and as debate on Quora rages , nobody knows whether its true or where the idea originated. Truth is, with practically every business venture, there is risk, short term and long term. Startups carry higher amounts of risk, but also higher potential rewards. It's the antithesis of mutual funds and blue chip stocks. Some fail quietly. Some succeed loudly. It's tradition. Worth a follow.
    [Blog] Storytelling – A Powerful Tool When Branding Your Organization In.
    Blog About Clients Cases Tribesourcing Video People & Contact Bloggers « Strategy Before Policy Charity & Technology in the Online Universe » Storytelling – A Powerful Tool When Branding Your Organization In Social Media Posted by Marlene Friis Sep 20th, 2010 Tweet When we talk about social media, it’s the same as talking about connecting and making conversation. Reasons Why Your Company Should Run A Blog Diesel Kicks Ass With New Campaign! What is storytelling then? – Relate it to the specific needs of your target audience.
    [Blog] B2B social media spend to increase to $4.8 billion by 2014
    Currently B2B marketers tend to spend their money on customer communities, podcasts and blogs. According to a recent report by emarketer , business-to-business (B2B) spending on social media is set to increase dramatically over the next few years. Outsell , a company who provides business intelligence for publishers and information providers, estimates that B2B marketing on social networks will grow by 43.3% in 2010. Perhaps even more interesting is Forrester Research’s prediction that B2B firms will spend $4.8 billion on social media marketing by 2014 – an increase of $2.3
  • DIGIGEN  |  FRIDAY, AUGUST 13, 2010
    [Blog] The David Armano Model of Social Business
    Posted in social business , social business strategy blog comments powered by Disqus « A New Focus on Social Business Strategy. His model of internal v external is certainly very interesting. My view on the internal v external interaction is this: A business can not become social unless the internal co-ordination is right and the business is already operating socially itself. Internal, therefore, drives external. Anyway, David’s model is below and a really good starting point. Keep an eye out for my model this time next week. laters. Powered by WordPress and Hybrid
  • WRITTENT BLOG  |  FRIDAY, MAY 24, 2013
    [Blog] 20 New Ways to Use Content Marketing That You Haven’t Tried Yet
    For example, if there is one question that comes up when using your product or service, your blog posts need to answer it. What the Future Holds for Business Blogging. The prediction is that 65% of all marketers will blog, so you shouldn’t relax if you don’t want to be left behind. The blog is not only a way to attract readers and generate leads but also to please customers in general. Hope you’re having a great marketing time this week. Optimize Your Content Marketing Strategy with 8 Keyword Tracking Tips. And that’s not it. Company News
    [Blog] JetBlue Proves That April is No Fool
    JetBlue communicated its surprise offer in a simple, yet eye-catching status update and linked back to the company’s BlueTales blog for more information. In addition to clever creative and maximizing its blog, community managers should take note of JetBlue’s use of Facebook’s new reply feature in this post. Provide a Forum to Tell the Full Story: Instead of bogging down the Facebook post with tons of text, JetBlue leveraged its blog as a resource to tell the full story. Ah, April Fools’ Day. We don’t accept reptiles on board.”.
    [Blog] Return Hither
    So many thoughts. Along with so much to do. It’s not so much a time of short-attention span thinking. In our own defense, with the amount of messages that tug at our senses, living with quick-attention is our protective filter in the war of signal vs. noise. So many thoughts. Where do your thoughts live? Perhaps… a To-Do List. Journal. Index Cards. Post-its. Whiteboard. voice recorder. Yesterday. Tomorrow. wondering what others think. back to the to-do list. shopping. calendar. Return hither. To this point, this place, this time. Count to ten. It’s okay. With Focus comes flow.
    [Blog] Sharing Is Caring (And Selling)
    When a corporate blogs lack attention or a corporate Twitter feed is not engaging for its followers, more often than not, it's because the corporation is not approaching these media with a sharing attitude. corporate blog. What makes media a social media? There's a long-standing answer to this question. For some, it seems both obvious and clear as day. If you ask someone what social media is, they will inevitably say that it's all about the conversation. I'm no longer bullish on this notion of conversation within social media. Can you make money sharing? I'll be back." Share.
    [Blog] Social Media an extension of the Brand Personality
    Social Media Network - Marketing Social Media, Social Media Network, SMN, Social Media Network Online, Online Reputation Management, ORM, Digital Space, Interactive, Web, Blog Advertising Marketing, Buzz, Affiliate Marketing Program, Freelance, Mobile, Data Understanding, Business, Technology, CRM, Consumer, Direct Marketing, Mass Communication, Sell Online, Sell Products Online, Money, Home Jobs, Shopping, LifeStyle And More Social Media Network - Marketing by Pervara Kapadia is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Social Media Ne.
    [Blog] Social Media - Oh My God Where Are My Followers!
    Social Media Network - Marketing Social Media, Social Media Network, SMN, Social Media Network Online, Online Reputation Management, ORM, Digital Space, Interactive, Web, Blog Advertising Marketing, Buzz, Affiliate Marketing Program, Freelance, Mobile, Data Understanding, Business, Technology, CRM, Consumer, Direct Marketing, Mass Communication, Sell Online, Sell Products Online, Money, Home Jobs, Shopping, LifeStyle And More Social Media Network - Marketing by Pervara Kapadia is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Social Media Ne.
  • KIKOLANI  |  FRIDAY, MAY 10, 2013
    [Blog] Fetching Friday – Resources Mashup & Tough Love
    This post is part of a weekly series, Fetching Friday, featuring the best posts of the week in blogging, business, SEO, and social media on Stop Wasting Money: How to Get the Most Out of Your Blogging Education – Do you buy conference passes, courses, or ebooks? Blogging / Content. Share Your Best Blog Posts. Every week on Friday, I start a thread on the Social Media Examiner Blogging Club so members can share their favorite blog post of the week. The Resources Mashup. This Week on Kikolani. Business / Career. Dig in. Tough Love.
    [Blog] Boost your Yelp Rating…and Your Sales With These Six Steps
    Take some of the reviews and use them as testimonials, note your star status on your website and like from you blog.  Today’s guest post is written by Molli Megasko.  . live in New York City and finding a spot for dinner can be a daunting task.  With about  25,000 restaurants  an easy cab ride away, Google just doesn’t cut it. If my husband and I feel like eating out (which is most of the time), we have a process.  We choose a culture, pick a neighborhood, find Zagat-rated places, then look at the reviews on Yelp. The outcome?  It sucked and we vowed to never go against Yelp again.
    [Blog] Search Engine Optimization Tip: How to Effectively use Keywords in your Heading Tags
    If you have a blog, then the post title should be considered the H1 tag. The keywords that you use in the heading tags for each of your web page are very important. You should be using H1, H2 and H3 tags on your site. If you aren’t currently doing so then it is suggested that you implement such a format. This will allow you to get more results from the keywords that you use in those tags. Ultimately, that will allow you to be more successful with your search engine optimization methods. It is important to understand how to use heading tags as well a when to use them.
    [Blog] Please Vote for the NOW Revolutionary of the Month
    Bill then sent email updates to his constituents with links to all online sources of information, and once the fire was out several days later, created a summary blog post with facts, photos, and curated coverage of the event. Real-time business is about capitalizing on opportunity. About keeping your antennae up and finding a way to engage with speed and context. Last month, Amber Naslund and I named our first NOW Revolutionary, someone who’s living the faster, smarter, and more social principles we wrote about in The NOW Revolution. Tamar Weinberg and NameCheap. Son of a.
    [Blog] Fetching Friday – Resources Mashup & Neurowear
    This post is part of a weekly series, Fetching Friday, featuring the best posts of the week in blogging, business, freelancing, SEO, and social media on Blogging / Content. 45 Ways to Create an Enchanting Blog that Inspires Your Audience to Buy – It may sound difficult but it really isn’t. The Successful Writer’s 10-Step Guide to Making Editors Happy – These days, I also sit on the other side of the desk, as editor for guest posts on my own writers’ blog. Share Your Best Blog Posts. The Resources Mashup. Business / Career. Neurowear.
    [Blog] Caught Hijacking Non-Existent Subdomains
    It seems as though is apparently proud that they make money this way , as they detail in their blog post. has been caught hijacking non-existent subdomains in an effort to send the traffic to domain parking pages–where they make money from the clicks. According to Jonathan, he had gotten frustrated with Godaddy’s practice of displaying their standard parking pages full with ads. So, Jonathan explains that he moved his domain names over to But that’s where things get kind of sketchy. while still showing the domain name. This is nothing new.
    [Blog] Case Study: Tyson Foods Hunger Relief
    The company offered to donate 100 pounds of food, up to a 35,000 truckload, for every comment on this blog post providing hunger statistics for the Austin area, and a connection to the food bank. list of “Hunger Twitterers” was first posted on the blog in 2009, and has grown to more than 150 members. More than 40 blog entries about the companies hunger efforts, including an “Innovative Giving” post in Fast Company Online and a piece in the Huffington Post. One of the more storied brands in cause marketing online has been Tyson Foods with its Hunger Relief program. Results.
    [Blog] Today’s Biz and Buzz
    The backlash on Twitter got so bad that Spotify CEO Daniel Ek posted an I’m Sorry Note on his blog (Source: Billboard ). The blog post published by CEO Ek said that the change “caused a lot of confusion about what kind of information we access and what we do with it. THE STORY. An updated privacy policy from Spotify is causing users to run to CancellationVille… think black Friday thundering type of herds. But how will this affect the 562 playlists I’ve made? It won’t. Source: Mashable ). DA SKIM. We apologize for that. Quote of the Day: You Know You Want to Try It. YEAH Us!
    [Blog] How the Economy and Social Media Are Ruining PR
    “Why pay a PR agency when we can tweet on our own Twitter account and post to our own blog?&#. Anyone can learn to format and publish a Twitter or blog update. Or: The Decline and Fall of Western Civilisation. The combined effects of social media and a down economy are ruining the PR industry. Here’s how. Companies have slashed both staff and budgets across the board, and public relations is no exception. Still, companies will outsource PR as they always have. Instead, they are pushing their agencies to use more junior people at lower hourly rates. Writing is in decline.
    [Blog] Day 2: People of color impacting the social web – Sian Morson – #29DaysofDiversity
    Website/Blog: As we all know, February is Black History Month. It’s a month where we honor those who have made an impact on American culture for equal rights, those who have invented, those who have a helped others and those who have inspired everyone to be the best they can be, not only as a person of color but as a human. For the past two years for Black History Month, I started an online series called 28 Days Diversity where I would feature someone new everyday during the month of February for just being awesome in their own right. Twitter: @xianamoy.
    [Blog] Booked: Facebook Disabled My Account |
    rahulbhatt Says: April 30th, 2010 at 8:25 am My account was also disabled on Sunday 25 – April – 2010 Still waiting for it to get enabled, don't know when it will be enabled I have created a Facebook FAQ's which can be access from the following url [link] [link] Leave a Reply blog comments powered by Disqus 105 SUBSCRIBERS 50161 FOLLOWERS Home About Me My Videos My Resume Contact MeBetween Twitter and Facebook, I had built a nice little social network.  Why I have no idea. And there lies my problem.  Facebook just shut me down for no reason what so ever. 
    [Blog] The Marketing Case for Pinterest and How to Use it Successfully
    Ideeli – The retail daily deal site Ideeli creates pin boards that showcase products from their website, and they also incorporate uplifting images and quotes from blogs. Pinterest – the virtual bulletin board that allows users to store and share images and links they find interesting or inspiring – grew to over 10 million active users faster than any standalone website. It immediately secured its place as the social media darling of 2012, and for good reason. But as a business owner or marketing manager you may be wondering, “ Is Pinterest right for me? ”. BostonMike.
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